Tue, 06 Jun|
Business & Intellectual Property Centre
Protect your small business from the growing threat posed by cybercriminals
Join the Business & IP Centre Cambridgeshire & Peterborough and the ECRC for in-person event on building your businesses cyber resilience.
Time & Location
06 Jun 2023, 10:30 – 11:30
Business & Intellectual Property Centre, Cambridge Central Library, 7 Lion Yard, Cambridge CB2 3QD, UK
About the Event
The ECRC's very own Jim Stevenson will be hosting this workshop with the Business & IP Centre Cambridgeshire & Peterborough on Tuesday 6th June 2023. This event is aimed at start-up businesses and entrepreneurs who have little or no assistance from professional IT services.
Small doesn’t mean safe when we’re talking about cybercrime. In 2022, 42% of small businesses fell victim of cybercrime, but we are here to help you avoid the same fate.
Our workshop will look at the current threat of cyber-attacks against businesses in the UK and provide you with practical advice and real case studies, so you can increase your cyber resilience and ensure your business is safer from cyber-attacks.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn valuable tips and take action to protect your business.
Benefits of attending the workshop:
• A greater understanding of the current threat of cyber-attacks against businesses in the UK.
• The keys things you need to understand to start building your business’s resilience.
• What free tools and services are available for businesses
The sessions will also include a 15 minute Q & A which will provide you with a chance to ask Jim specific questions around this topic.
Speaker - Jim Stevenson
Head of Cyber Security and Innovation
Inspector Jim Stevenson brings 21 years of policing experience to the Cyber Resilience Centre. Jim’s background in Neighbourhood Policing means he has spent years working with the police’s partner agencies to tackle long term problems in a variety of community settings.
Jim’s experience has seen him work in a variety of fields from collaborative project work, complex crime investigations, community problem solving and schools’ outreach. Before joining the police, Jim worked for a international Internet Service Provider in the field of Network Operations and Engineering.